Brothers admit cigarette sale to 16-year-old girl
Two brothers have been fined after admitting selling cigarettes to an underage buyer from their New Mills newsagents.
Potential foster carers invited to drop in to talk events
Potential foster carers are being invited to a series of drop-in events organised by us as part of Foster Care Fortnight.
Register now to get county council election result alerts
Voters will go to the polls on Thursday 4 May 2017 to elect a new Derbyshire County Council for the first time in four years.
New high tech signage at Swarkestone Causeway
Work to install high tech signage near to Swarkestone Causeway to deter drivers of overweight lorries from using the bridge is set to start next week.
Join the family fun in Derbyshire this Easter
Looking for something to do over the Easter holidays? Then why not take a look at what's happening at our countryside sites.
Primary school places to be announced next week
Thousands of parents will be notified about their child's primary school place next week with more than 98% being offered a place at one of their three preferred schools.
Stay safe walking in the countryside
As spring gets underway, we're reminding residents to take extra care when out exploring the countryside in fields where there are farm animals.
Find out who the candidates are standing in the local May election
Candidates standing in the Derbyshire County Council local elections on 4 May 2017 have been named.
Road closure near Youlgreave temporarily lifted
A Derbyshire road, closed while a collapsed wall and road are repaired, is due to be reopened temporarily during a busy holiday period.
New Derbyshire drugs and alcohol support service launched
We have commissioned a new combined drug and alcohol recovery service for the county.
Meadow View Care Centre shortlisted for prestigious award
A £10m specialist community care centre we've developed and help run has been shortlisted for a prestigious national design award.
All aboard at Ilkeston Station
Passengers lined-up as the first train to stop at Ilkeston in more than 50 years pulled into the town's new £10m station on Sunday 2 April.